Child Care Subsidies

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If you are a Harvard-paid and benefits-eligible employee of Harvard University, you may be able to take advantage of one of several child care subsidies.

Harvard University child care scholarships are intended to assist eligible families with paying for in-home child care, family child care, group child care centers, after school child care or summer camps.

  • University-wide Childcare Scholarship Q & A Session: (July 23 @ 12 in Countway Library, Ware Room – 5th Floor)
    • Open enrollment for the University Childcare Scholarship is July 17-August 14, 2013. Apply through PeopleSoft.
    • Please view the 11 minute watch and learn PRIOR to attending Q & A.
    • To find out more about our child care scholarships and which one you are eligible for, click to HARVie.
    • Registration for the Q & A Session on July 23.

Please note

  • HUCTW the open enrollment for the Child Care Fellowship opens in early fall.  Keep an eye out for emails from HUCTW.
  • The HMS Supplemental Child Care Scholarship does NOT have a separate application process.  Just apply through HUCTW or Harvard University and your applicaiton will automatically be considered.
  • If you are an employee of one of the affiliated hospitals and receive your paycheck and benefits from that hospital, you should contact your Human Resources Office to find out if there is a child care subsidy you are eligible for.

Transit Gallery News

Members of the Harvard Longwood Campus community are invited to visit Gordon Hall's Transit Gallery to view a new exhibit, Strange Surroundings, featuring the work of Resa Blatman. This exhibit will be on display April 30th through June 23rd.

 

Please join us for the Art & Science Talk – May 7, 2014, 4p-5p in Goldenson 122 with artist Resa Blatman, and scientists Dr, Aaron Bernstein and Dr. Richard Primack. Reception in the gallery immediately following.

 

In Resa Blatman’s work, her focus lies in current environmental issues, their effect on our landscape and natural resources, and how we perceive the changes in the environment.

 

Dr. Richard Primack’s research is focused on the impact of climate change on plants and animals, conservation biology, and the timing of leaf out and leaf senescence, rare plants and tropical forests.

 

Dr. Aaron Bernstein’s work examines the human health effects of global environmental changes, such as climate change and the loss of biodiversity, with the aim of promoting a deeper understanding of these subjects among students, educators, policy makers, and the public.

 

The Transit Gallery, located in Gordon Hall's lower level corridor, showcases professional artists in the Harvard and greater Boston communities whose works use, explore or are otherwise connected to the sciences.  To learn more about the Transit Gallery and its exhibits, please contact Tania Rodriguez at 432-3809 or via e-mail (tania_rodriguez@hms.harvard.edu).